Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Dutch Country Pantry Review and Giveaway!

DutchCountryPantry.com

Wet-Bottom Shoofly Pie, Bird-in-Hand Bake Shop, 9 Inch, Pack of 2Do you like old fashioned foods, homemade jams and jellies, and homemade pickles. I know I do! They are just so much better than what you can buy in the store when in comes to flavor and quality.  So when a company called Dutch Country Pantry offered to let me try some of their products for review I was so excited! Dutch Country Pantry is a company that carries favorite Amish Foods, Jams and Jellies, Pickles and Chow Chow, and specializes in shipping Wet Bottom Shoofly Pie and Birch Beer.

Their selection of jams and jellies  is great and I was sent their Strawberry Jam and Birch Beer for review.  The Strawberry Jam was excellent. I used it on toast, and here for a little tea party with scones.  The kids loved it!  The jam is very high quality and just like what I make my self homemade.







PA Dutch Birch Beer, 6 PackThe Birch Beer is certainly something I have never had before.  It has a really interesting flavor, much like sarsaparilla or root beer but different.  We all tried some and enjoyed the unique flavor.






I would recommend Dutch Country Pantry to anyone looking for high quality jams, jellies, and pickles that taste homemade without you having to do it yourself :). They carry some really unique items from the Amish so this company's products would make great unique gifts.

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The giveaway!

 
Dutch Country Pantry has generously offered to give one lucky Thrifty Housewife reader a jar of their Strawberry Jam!  Use the Rafflecopter to enter,  all entries are optional, all winning entries will be verified for completion.  Good Luck!

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18 comments:

  1. another item, I'd like to try....I was going to say the 'sweet pickles' but then I saw the Lancaster Real Bacon Dressing. Gotta go with the bacon!

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  2. I would love to try their Kauffman's Fruit Farm Homemade Red Raspberry Jam, Seedless, Half Pint, Pack of 2

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  3. I would definately get the Kauffman's Fruit Farm Homemade Bread 'N Butter Pickles, Pint, Pack of 2. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

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  4. Kauffman's Fruit Farm Homemade Grape Jelly looks really good!

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  5. I would like to try the Dutch Country Pretzel Mix since I love large soft pretzels.

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  6. The homemade fudge looks amazing!

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  7. The apricot jam sounds divine!

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  8. My husband is from PA and would be thrilled with the birch beer. Thanks for a great giveaway!
    Dede

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  9. I would like to try the Pickled Beets.

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  10. I would also love the Kauffman's Fruit Farm Homemade Elderberry Jelly, I LOVE elderberry jelly!!!!!

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  11. I would love to try the PICKED BEETS.

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  12. I'd like to get the No sugar added blackberry jam & the elderberry jelly.
    Harlena Dyer/ mnlghtelf@hotmail.com

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  13. D&R Fudge Smooth 'n Creamy Homemade Fudge sounds fantastic! I would love to try the Chocolate Peanut butter variety of fudge.

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  14. I would like the Golden Barrel Good Old Fashioned PA Dutch Shoofly Cake Mix, Syrup Included

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  15. Homemade dull pickles

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  16. I'd love to try the cider - I love cider! I'd also like to see what that "dried corn" is - whatever they made on the display photo on the package looks so yummy

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